If we’re on the road we offer our travel experiences and thoughts as we arrive and live in countries and places most people can only dream of.
If we’re staying a while, we check out the news and end up taking the piss- a lot…
Well, I just about managed to escape to Germany yesterday. Belgium was quite snowy and at home we've -2°C and an tiny layer of snow. Nothing to dramatic in comparrison to South Germany where apparently it's havoc.
So it's not quite as bad as we feared then. ;-)
K- have you changed user name?
3 hours for an 8 mile round trip. Loved it.
well, Ola and me has just bought our first car (Bayerische Motoren Werke 318i lol). and now what, -15 degrees at night, 10 cm of snow... but as we had a lot of snow each year, the comunal service folks were ready to handle it. at least roads are free from snow in this shitty country.
T- congrats on passing your car test; well done. Bike test next, right?Sounds like the weather is worse in Poland- please say "hi" to the guys in Kafe Delfin.
K2: New name especially for this posting... Today: -5°C, dry. Hardly any snow. Roads clear (fortunately, as my English car has not fitted any winter tyres).
Are you back in Munster then, K? Sounds dead cold.We had one day of snow flurries here and yesterday it had all disappeared and it was bright and sunny again.I like living by the Adriatic.
Yes I am. Preparing for unemployment and skiing holiday ;o) Going back on Wednesday though. Fingers crossed Weather stays dry for the trip as I'm driving back...
Safe trip and let me know how you get on with your case.
And now you've gone back to being K again? Bloody multiple personality disorders...;-)
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